Nayri - The Wedding Fashion Expert Podcast

Nayri - The Wedding Fashion Expert Podcast

Podcast | Nayri - Wedding Fashion Expert has had the privilege of styling celebrities, models, actors and thousands of clients around the globe on choosing just the perfect wedding gown for their BIG DAY. When it comes to fashion, Nayri is a leading wedding fashion industry expert in bridal gown trends, styles, materials and finding just the perfect dress to fit your body. Trust Nayri - Los Angeles leading wedding fashion expert and stylist for your BIG DAY.... Show More
November 14, 2018 4 min

In this week's video I'm talking about why alterations are a must when it comes to your wedding dress and how you determine what size dress you should order.

My name is Nayri, and I am the wedding fashion expert and author of the best selling book, “I’m getting Married & Have Nothing to Wear!” My goal on a daily basis is to touch lives and help women look and feel confident on one of the most important days of their life! I have helped thousands of brides find their dream dress, and now I'm here to help you find yours! Welcome to the Wedding Fashion Expert video series. Join me weekly as I unveil a new wedding fashion secret for your big day!

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